"Approximately 5 million to 7 million companion animals enter animal shelters nationwide every year, and approximately 3 TO 4 MILLION ARE EUTHANIZED." :-( http://www.aspca.org/about-us/faq/pet-statistics.aspx
SUPPORT SHELTERS!! Took a look at the " dogs for adoption " pins, In US. So many " share " and " pin " and "adopt " !! Many are put down... Puppies, oldies and everything in the between. Then I went to few shelters FB pages, first had 2-5 posts about how to help! Towels, puppy milk, blankets, anything...and maybe one "like"?? PLEASE support your shelters and rescues, they need more than shares!! Donate,volunteer and save a life !
Battle Buddy................ The benefit that a well trained service dog can have in the lives of disabled veterans is life-changing and life-saving. With an average of 22 veteran suicides a day, there has never been a greater need for the provision of long term and tangible support for our veterans in need. The Battle Buddy Foundation is currently participating in a Crowdrise fundraising campaign to help fund the training and placement of more battle buddy service dogs, like the amazi...
We actually have a total of 6 seniors coming in. We are always in need of foster families. We provide the food, bed, bowls, vet care, training (if needed) & you provide the love❤️. We are accepting out of town & out of state adoption applications. The requirement is the potential adopter would need to meet the dog of their choice here in Fresno,CA to make sure it was a good fit. For more info about out of town/state adoptions, please call Elder Paws Senior Dog Rescue in CA at 559-261-5746.
If your interested in purchasing a support bracelet to fund the 25 rescues we pulled you can do so here. We are pulling 4 more extremely emaciated dogs from animal abuse case. Reilly, Hellion, Hannah, and Zeke. So a total of 29 dogs."For the Survivors" on one side. "Puppy Rescue Mission" on the other side. $5.00 a bracelet. Click here: http://www.youcaring.com/medical-fundraiser/help-the-survivors-of-rrr-in-need-of-ongoing-medical-care/197280